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For more than 10 years the BVCA Summit has been the must-attend event for the UK private equity and venture capital community, attracting over 900 attendees across two-days of unparalleled keynote speakers, proactive panel discussions and networking.
In light of the impact of COVID-19 and the restrictions on travel and social distancing, we are taking this year’s Summit online. Taking place from 7 to 8 October and titled ‘New Horizons’, we will be looking ahead at how the sector is changing in the wake of the pandemic, and the role of private equity and venture capital in the recovery.
The LP Summit is the BVCA's biggest annual event that is exclusive to institutional investors. Every year a broad range of Limited Partners from the UK and overseas come together to hear about and discuss investors' perspectives on return expectations, performance, benchmarking, reporting, governance and risk.
BVCA High Growth is the UK’s leading event series for growth companies partnering with venture and growth capital to achieve scale. Hear from innovative entrepreneurs, dynamic management teams and experienced investors as they share their insights on what it takes to succeed in today’s environment. From start-ups to scale-ups, High Growth connects capital with business.
The only private equity and venture capital event completely devised and delivered by industry practitioners, the Tax, Legal & Regulatory Conference delivers a detailed overview of the most important technical developments shaping the market today. Now in its ninth year, this one-day conference addresses the practical impact of regulatory and taxation changes, whilst providing excellent networking opportunities.
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An integral part of the BVCA’s mission is to increase participation and representation within our industry, and diversity and inclusion are at the heart of what we do. These events range from one day forums to breakfast and evening receptions, enabling in-depth debate and networking.
The Middle East and North America roadshows allow global institutional investors to gain first hand insights into the trends, opportunities and developments of European private equity whilst also enabling the chance for GPs and LPs to meet on a one-on-one basis. A small group of approximately 15 fund managers attend from Europe, representing different strategies.
The North West Forum brings together the private equity and venture capital community along with leaders of investee companies to focus on how to create value and grow businesses.
The LP-GP forums discuss the issues impacting on IR professionals and LPs, including co-investments, fees and transparency, secondaries, fund extensions and restructuring, valuations and responsible investment.
The diversification of private equity is a theme that is set to dominate the development of the industry in the years ahead. This series of events looks at the range of strategies being deployed by fund managers, including real estate, infrastructure, secondaries and alternative lending.
The private equity and venture capital industry has focused increasingly on sector specialisation over the past 3-5 years, which is why the BVCA runs a series of half day sector conferences on topics such as energy and technology, bringing together 150 GPs, LPs, advisers and debt providers.
This forum is designed for senior fund managers currently investing in either fund 1, 2 or 3 to meet with LPs and discuss key themes regarding the development of new managers, including how LPs think about investing in emerging manager funds, what new managers are doing differently, and how diversity and inclusion is playing a bigger role in today’s fundraising strategies.
The High Performance Venture Series looks into the internal processes of VC firms to examine trends, collect data, highlight innovations and share best practice. It is organised by the BVCA Venture Capital Committee and brings together senior industry figures to discuss some of the most important issues for VC firms, and give them the platform to explore the latest innovations and provide examples of best practice.
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